National Survey Finds Americans Overwhelmingly Prefer a Presidential Candidate Committed to Expanding Access to Addiction Treatment
Dec 1, 2015
BioPortfolio - With less than one year until Election 2016 and as America's addiction epidemic receives increasing attention from citizens and policymakers, a nationally representative survey finds that 73% of American voters favor a presidential candidate willing to expand access to addiction treatment and recovery services. This is a key finding of the 2015 MAP Recovery Network National Addiction and Recovery Survey commissioned by MAP Health Management and conducted by national survey research firm,The Mellman Group.
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